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to be politically motivated lane closures. >>> all right, today, new documents expected from the clinton presidential library, 5,000 pages of previously unreleased papers, including confidential communications between former president bill clinton and his advisers and possible communications involving former first lady hillary clinton that could play a role if she decides to run in 2016. it's just the beginning, really. 25,000 more pages are expected in the coming weeks. >> people will be poring through these. >>> all right, breaking news overnight out of los angeles. former nfl star darren sharper has turned himself in to the lapd after police in new orleans obtained arrest warrants for him. sharper is facing rape charges in louisiana. he faces similar charges in california. last week in los angeles, he pleaded not guilty to drugging and raping two women. he is also under investigation in arizona and nevada, and miami beach police are investigating a sexual battery complaint against him. >>> all right, kerry kennedy's fate is now in the hands of a new york jury. the daughter of robert k
than most governors across the country. >>> all right, we're getting a feel for what a hillary clinton presidential campaign might look like and sound like. the former first lady delivering a big speech last night at the university of miami. her message -- equality and inclusion. she says the full participation of anyone, including women, poor, young people and disadvantaged, it's the only way to get america turned around. and the crowd, obviously, very warm welcome she got at the university of miami. >> wow! look at that right there. >>> officials in texas say they will appeal a federal judge's ruling striking down the state's ban on same-sex marriage. the judge says the texas law has no purpose but to demean gays and lesbians. texas is the largest state to have its marriage ban overturned, like others in utah, oklahoma and virginia, the judge stayed his ruling pending appeals. governor rick perry has vowed to continue the fight for texans to self-determine their state marriage laws. >>> new security plans at the boston marathon after last year's terror attack that killed three and wo
, another day data breach. we tell you what retailer may be vulnerable. new documents from the clinton administration, but it is not built we are looking at. next. ♪ >> the u.s. secret service is investigating a possible security breach at sears according to a person familiar with the matter. foundsays they have not anything, have not been notified about a breach. if it was discovered, it would not be the first breach in the retail sector. neiman marcus, target, verizon, all retailers that have shown weak links in the system. joining us with more is joe feldman, an analyst. if this is what is going on at sears, you having someone while they are down. sears is a deeply troubled retailer already. what effect could something like this have? >> it is just more caution from consumers. i would think it is another reason to avoid shopping at sears. you do see an initial hit to the retailer when this happens. people stop shopping for a little while, maybe take some time. but we have seen them come back. even target this week when they reported quarterly earnings said in the last couple weeks
. >> bill clinton got through a lot of stuff because -- i remember this, wall street guys who didn't like him personally, but, boy, they liked the economic boom he was bringing and they didn't want him to resign or impeached. they liked the green and he's bringing us a lot of green. >> i remember the days that clinton was president, boy, the things he was getting away with then, the republicans didn't like him, but the general population, very favorable ratings. what happened to clinton? it was a good economy. relatively safe world. we had no things really to complain about, so we gave him a wide error of margin. >> this is not your way of saying become buffoonish in public, but it doesn't hurt to be liked. >> i'm not sure the president right now has the same kind of latitude. >> it would be funny if during the state of the union address he smashed somebody on his way out. it's always good to see you, gene. >>> meanwhile, you better watch your kid and what he's posting on facebook. one child just cost her dad $80,000. i am so coming home to you right -- the conversation about his car loan
and offramp -- president clinton and offramp -- they are offering president putin an offramp. john kerry in his tour on sunday talk shows mentioning and highlighting there will be more pain to come unless he backs down. that will lose the glow came out of the olympics. g8 if not remain in the this continues. american business may pull back. there may be a further total of the ruble. a jesus christ day. -- a very bad day. then there is the offramp, the motivation to president clinton paragraph -- mind usedis the pretexts he has so far during this action. maybe he will back down. he did not close the door on seniorcording to officials. >> i went i -- i read one disturbing detail. chancellor angela merkel said to obama that putin is out of reality. >> i think he is rational. a zero-sum world, which most of the rest of the world has moved on from. i do not think any of the measures peter just laid out will move him. i do not see an effective course. he cares more about it than we do by a lot. historically, these economic -- half i do not see the european union agreed to embargo 30% of their
. >>> and former u.s. secretary of state hillary clinton is comparing the grip on the region to that of a czar or communist leader. she made these scathing remarks during an event in florida and it's a quote. we're going to read it here. there is no doubt he sits as the absolute authority now in russia, and it is quite reminiscent of the kind of authority that has been exercised in the past by russian leaders. both the czars, and their successor communist leaders. clinton went on to say that putin wants to control any unrest in ukraine, and he has a huge interest in russia's neighboring countries, because he eventually wants to make a new union to compete with the european union, which putin would call the euasian union. >> what's happening in crimea i think it helps to look at a map to understand some of the huge regional differences that have a little historical context. >> and tom foreman walks us through it. >> ukraine is a little bit smaller than the state of texas, about 45 million people living here. 2 million down here in crimea, more or less. and most of these people feel stronger tie
, the future of business is here at the young presidents organization. president bill clinton about to address the crowd, moments ago. last night i got a special chance to speak with magic johnson about his incredible road to business success. i started with a question about about honor from cnbc. he was surprised. >> you know, magic, i don't know whether you knew this but cnbc is putting together the 25 most influential business people of the past 25 years for our 25th anniversa anniversary. a list of 200. you were on it. >> oh, wow. >> we just cut to the final 100. you were on it. >> man. >> david stern got cut. what do you think? >> wow. >> is that a good call? >> well -- i love what david did for the nba. no question. he actually turned the whole league around, and i wouldn't say that it was a good cut. i love david. i wouldn't have had the platform that i did without him. i think he understood larry and i had just came in to the league to shine light on the celtics and lakers, when larry came in, took us to another level. when i was on my rookie -- my rookie season, when i was in the fina
. they're jumping on anything they can. i want to point out that hillary clinton spoke out at a situation in ukraine at a fund raiser in california. someone recorded her comments despite the fact that organizers forbid recordings. take a listen to this. >> now, if this sounds familiar, it's what hitler did back in the '30s. all the germans that were, you know, the ethnic germans, the germans by ancestry who were in places like czechoslovakia and romania and other places, hitler kept saying they're not being treated right. i must go and protect my people. and that's what's gotten everybody so nervous. >> hillary clinton went on to clarify those remarks today saying i want people to have historic perspective. i'm not making a comparison certainly. but i am recommending that we perhaps can learn from this tactic that has been used before. what is your response to that, congressman? i mean, i understand she's talking about a political method to justify the action that putin is doing. your take on this? >> well, listen. that's a diplomatic thing. i think it was president bush who looked into p
between hillary clinton and joe biden in 2016. >> i promise you, this is questions about an election that is very far in the future. they're not laying on the president's mind right now. the questions about 2016 are just not on his mind, and since my job is to channel him from this podium, they're not on my mind either. >> you're clearing not going to talk about any potential rivalry between -- >> you really are demonstrating for the massive audience that watches this briefing how the charge against the washington press corps is true, which is that you guys care mostly about elections. >> well, there's not a whole lot to talk about when it comes to the white house agenda in congress. much is focused on self-preservations and the upcoming midterms, even without november elections, the legislature remains deadlocked and immigration is stalled and a federal minimum wage increase has been postponed. republicans say bob corker of tennessee expressed his frustration yesterday with senator reid saying he sees no way anything important will be dealt with this year. >> after seven years and s
are not interested in that sanctions. their economies are too tightly tied into each other. told aident clinton closed nato summit back in 2008 that the military alliance was threatening ukraine's very existence by according it as a member. the warning signs have been there all along, so why was the international community caught asleep at the switch? upit said it would not put with western meddling in their tories it deemed critical to its own integrity. united states some wording -- started supporting groups in the green. -- in ukraine. it has wrapped up its obligations in other parts of the world, and it has a freer hand at this time,. ,. . i have about 30 seconds, what is the starting port -- point for a dialogue at this point? >> the starting point for dialogue is going to have to be directly between the west, specifically the european states, with russia. russia at this time does not seem interested in a dialogue with united states even though there is an open line of communication. it is looking at the united states is more of a threat while the european states can be more long as itr, a
out short and sharp and we like that. thanks very much. hillary clinton and obamacare making this statement before crowd of young people at the university of miami, i am quoting directly. having access to health insurance, not connected to employment, subsidized as it is under the affordable care act, liberates you to choose what you want to do in your life. obamacare liberating our youth. liz: this is another billboard advertisements madame secretary clinton is providing for obamacare. they need the young people to coming, 40% of enrollees to come in selling anything they can do to say health reform is good for the underground they will promote. stuart: she is buying into obamacare even though it is under attack. that is very important stuff. check this out. and the cigarette that can play music and make phone calls. we got one of them here on the set and you will see it next. (vo) you are a business pro. seeker of the sublime. you can separate runway om fashionhat flies off the dicuusneshelves. and from national. because only national letsou choose any car in the
the attempt here is to own the fact that the law has to be repaired. but did you hear what hillary clinton had -- had to say this week? >> i did, there is distance being placed. >> she put the blinker on, pulling out into the passing lane. what she said was we need to find out what is wrong with the law and fix it. that doesn't sound great job, on obamacare. >> and if it didn't work under her husband's presidency, then it is not called hillary care. good to see you. >> and voters are not the only ones pushing back against this administration as one of the biggest credit agencies is at issue. the latest developments in that story. >>> plus, emotions are high as military families go to washington and demand answers for the death of the navy s.e.a.l.s. >>> and breaking news on the family's fight to get their daughter back, she is now in pay my bill. phone: your account is already paid in full. oh, well in that case, back to vacation mode. ♪boots and pants and boots and pants♪ ♪and boots and pants and boots and pants♪ ♪and boots and pants... voice-enabled bill pay. just a tap away on the
overseeing advertising and former clinton aid becomes new @hief strategy officer. >>> they ever blaming hackers for stealing 850,000 bitcoins worth $550 million. mt. gox ceo said in a website statement there was a high probability that theft was behind the loss and the company is looking to a criminal complaint. that is the latest from the fox business, giving you the power to prosper. cheryl: wall street may be selling off on the news coming out of the ukraine but is main street paying any attention to this? charlie gasparino has that side of the story. >> i think main street people are paying attention to it but has main street investors, are they bailing out of their stocks? is this representative of the selloff, i think it was almost 200 points at the high? is this representative of retail getting out of the market? i tell you we've been calling down to some of the big trading desks. no, it is not. this is a traders trading off the headlines. from what i understand main street investors are pretty much standing pat right now. now will they stand pat through this crisis? who knows. i
me more details, he served as secretary of defense under president bill clinton. outside the banks, they are talking about skateboarding. we have tony hawk, the legend from state wording, turning the sport into a mega-million-dollar business. all of that and more coming up at 5 p.m. eastern. more "street smart," next. ♪ >> we were talking about an overhaul of the tax code and whether or not it has any legs. that is tomorrow and we will talk some more about it. >> that is good. it has been a long time since we have had comprehensive tax reform bills. >> all the way back to the 80's, right? >> back when the giver was in office. >> 86. >> maybe they can bring ronald reagan back to life. >> we will see. on. >>tony hawk comes that is awesome. >> that's right. stick around, everyone. ♪ the hour, meaning that bloomberg tv is on the markets. let's get you caught up on how the markets ended the day's session. not a lot of movement in the dow and the s&p, trading above record high from earlier today, finishing pretty much flat now, the nasdaq up by 1/10 of one percent. we got some better
a huge supporter of charter schools over the years starting with bill clinton, currently president obama is a huge supporter. the governor of the state of new york, governor cuomo is also a huge supporter. he's defying the leadership of his own party by taking this harsh stance. >> the charter school movement is spreading nationwide, is it not? >> it is. we now have charter schools in over 42 states and washington, d.c., serving a little over 2 1/2 million students every day. it's been around now for to 26 years. you're not talking about an experiment, you're talking about an established movement and sector that's very much alive and well. what's interesting about new york city aside from success academies is the growth and the success of the new york city charter school system. you have a good portion of these schools, whereas the schools are only about 6% of the entire population of the city, you are producing some of the best results in the entire nation. studies done by stanford university, by harvard university have consistently shown students in these charter schools are knock it o
barack obama pledged to president clinton and has sent secretary of state john today.o kiev >> a brazen act of aggression in violation of international law, in violation of the yuan charter, in violation of the helsinki final act, in violation of the 1997 ukraine-russia basing agreement, russia has engaged in military -- in a military act of aggression against another country. >> we are on the brink of a disaster. there was no any reason for the russian federation to invade ukraine. get reaction to all of this again. the commodity space is the most sensitive to all of this. obviously, the price of oil taking a hit. just put this into context, first and foremost. you don't see the currency being affected. the dollar is actually a little bit stronger. ofides that, we see a lot the contracts continuing to trade higher. us look at nymex, brent. at nymex, brent. that $1340 an ounce. that is what you have for nymex, 10 3.80. this is what you have for brand. dust about at the highest level so far. and let's look at gold. it has been a very good year. 11.5% from the start of this year. i also w
strategy officer. he is a former political strategist to work on the hillary clinton presidential bid. skype is also with microsoft. american express debuts its first no see credit card. -fee credit card. they want to broaden its customer base. we have breaking news out oftyco. unitll sell itself korean for 1.93 billion units. to get the week started and there will be a financial effect. it will revise its eps forecast because of this deal. it now sees second-quarter earnings per share when you back out some items, or 89-40 one cents per share on the deal. >> did you sleep last night? >> barely. and 15 minutesur of the oscars and i learned the hard way that you don't watch the oscars with the twitter feed. outking of which, it turns that a lot of the pre-oscar buzz was on the money when it came to the big acting awards. slave" won best picture. brad pitt was one of the producers of the film. earlier in the evening, best supporting actor was taken from the same movie. it also won for best adapted screenplay. one the most oscars of the night including that director. >> who are you weari
an executive performance over the new ceo. he has but a former advisor to hillary clinton, mark penn, and the role of chief strategy officer. mark bates leaving. another executive leaving. back in two minutes. ♪ >> live, from bloomberg headquarters in new york, this the airt makers" chapter in stephanie role. >> welcome back. a lot of talk about retail. the golden boy of retail. i want to bring in christina a less cheap. everyone talks about mickey drexler and how bad he is. -- how valuable he is. clearly more valuable since he is being eyed by a chinese retailer. >> the private equity owns j crew. they want to sell. they want to take money off the table. they want to go public. over the course of the discussions, a very interested party emerged. because they know they want to get out, they have decided to enter into formal talks. deal.way away from a it makes a lot of sense. they want to expand. impression. they think j.crew can help them get there. >> makes a lot of sense. when i see him as the golden boy, you cannot find someone. can he name his price? >> what is really unique a
. the former ceo. a former political strategist. worked on 2008 presidential bid for hillary clinton. how will his background help accor suffering now. joining me is the tech editor for bloomberg news. >> microsoft is in a political position right now. microsoft this underdog at this point. they do not have a load of -- lots of mobile traction or credibility. those are areas where they really need to get traction. they have caught up there. now they have a guy who knows how to put money to work. one way is to go after marketing and advertising and going after competitors. >> his political background helps him in terms of developing a message or microsoft? >> that seems to clearly be the direction microsoft is going with this. advertising and marketing background. >> what about the other decisions? >> the other personnel decisions? is satya nadella;s first shakeup of the company. >> might we see more anytime soon? >> from what we hear from analyst, this will not be the first move. bere are other spots to filled. >> how well he reshaped microsoft, which kind of feels like the big staid comp
advisers were up to. >>> hillary clinton with the survey find more think of first lady than they did when she ran for the white house. 56% describe her as honest. that's up significantly since 2008 when she was running for president. 36% think she's hard to like. back in 2008, 53% of those called her unlikable. >> and barack obama saying you're likable enough, hillary. >>> george bush is close to being lake-effected. h.j. bush the nephew of george w. bush. p., as he's called in the family has won the republican primary to run for texas land commissioner. that is a stepping-stone to higher office in texas. senator john cornyn also won the primary beating steve carson. carson peeked sessions with the challenger as well. a lot of the people watching the texas election to seat strength in the tea party. let's take a look at "new day." kate bolduan joins us. >> good morning, you guys. we're, of course, going to continue to cover the breaking developments from the ukraine. secretary of state john kerry is set to meet with his russia counterpart just hours from now. what will happen in that meet
altman, former deputy secretary under president bill clinton, and he is also the founder of evercore partners. also with us is republican senator ron johnson of wisconsin who served on the budget committee and the homeland security committee. roger, let's start with you. from secretary of state john kerry. does he have the firepower to follow through? >> this will take a while to play out. let's put it in perspective. theimir putin's move into ukraine is a move out of weakness, not strength. russia had reached an agreement with the ukrainian leadership on package, orn rescue the ukraine would reduce its commitment to the eu, aligned with russia, and in effect we protectorate,'s so to speak. >> and alliance. >> that is what we were three months ago. 10, the government is overthrown -- then, the government is overthrown, a form of democracy breaks out, and russia is on it's heels. >> do you think it is a desperate move? >> i do not know about desperate, but it is born out of weakness. i think vladimir putin has made it clear he does not want to move into the western part of the country
dollars a speech. bill clinton makes three quarters of a million. i did a story about three or four years ago where i know donald trump was charging $1 million per speech to go to the real estate seminars people were putting on. i don't have a problem with it. he's out of office now. >> anybody -- you ever actually go hear these speeches? i have. >> they're boring. >> you would have to pay me to go. the only upside to it is that the more money he can make in a foreign country to bring back here, the better. good for him. >> i got no problem with it, either. topic two. united airlines cracking down on its carry-on policy. they are really going to enforce it apparently to the letter. not only the bag size limit, carry-on luggage no larger than nine inches by 14 by 12. that policy has been in effect for years but now if you are caught at the gate with oversized carry-ons, you will be taxed $25 a checked luggage fee. you may be sent back through security to check your bag at the check-in counter. this is going to cause lots of disruption, i think. >> you know, i fly a lot. people are obnoxiou
, not at all. did the average and it's something like $11,000 per minute for bill clinton. >> he makes three or four or five times. >> can you actually get that much information in one minute? >> it's all relative. but we are looking at abu dhabi, compared to say, pittsburgh. about three hundred $34,000 in today's dollars. >> and that was a private meeting. this was a public event and that was private. >> ben bernanke says he can now say anything, but we all know that is not true. at tradersking convicted for fraud that resulted in a record loss. is what they're calling the tierney of finance. l began his 875 mile walk after a brief meeting with pope francis. either way, his rosaries are blessed. his lawyer said he risked being jail as his last appeal was rejected this month and he has been deprived of everything in a lasix month, but he's a free man, so walked -- everything in the last six years, but he's a free man, so he walked to meet the people. 77% of french responder saw him as a victim in this whole scandal. >> the french have a healthy respect for disrespect of authority. when i liv
county made that ruling yesterday in the bizarre case of mcclinton. investigators say mcclinton got into a heated argument with his wife while they were driving across the bridge last december. they say he then crashed into a guardrail, dragged his wife out of the car, and tried to throw her off the bridge. the chp says several drivers stopped and jumped out of their cars to rescue the woman. >>> 8:08. happening today -- a toll hike on the golden gate bridge seems almost a done deal. this morning, the bridge district board will vote on a plan to raise the toll to $7 starting in april. after that, the toll will slowly go up to $8 over the next four years. the bridge district says they need that money to close a growing deficit. now, the hikes are gonna be incremental. it will be in april of this year, the toll would go to $7. two years later in 2016, it would be 7.25. then the next year, 7.50. and finally, $8 in 2018. for drivers who have fastrack, the one-dollar discount, that will stay in connect for each of the toll hikes. >>> it's 8:09. a deadly crash in an east bay city early th
learn? >> yeah, kelly, interesting conversation i had with sylvia burwell who spent time in the clinton treasury, the clinton white house, went to the bill and melinda gates foundation, and then came right back here. this is her first budget. we began by talking about the major policy thrust inside this budget. >> what we believe is in order to get the economy growing at the maximum that we can, we need to put in place certain policies. whether that's doing things like focusing on the long-term unemployed, which are efforts that can help with our growth rates in the year, or doing things like immigration which we all know will contribute to economic growth, or doing things like corporate tax reform which we believe by broadening the base and lowering the rates you can help focus on economic growth. >> it didn't seem like it took very long until republicans started tweeting out that this is dead on arrival. i know you worked on this for a long time. does it feel like this thing is dead on arrival. you do all this work and it's like handing in a paper and your professor says you failed al
clinton, a lot was done during election years, things like welfare reform, balanced budgets and things like that. i think we can. >> do you have a favorite for the nominee for 2016? would you consider it? >> among the democrats or among the republicans. >> who do you like in the democrats? >> look, i don't know what they're going to end up with. i don't think it's going necessarily going to be hillary clinton. >> really? >> yes. i think there's a populous element in the party that's going to likely give her a run for her money in a primary should she run. our side it's going to be wide open. we have a lot of great candidates who have talked about running. i want to get through 2014 first. that's my focus. getting the majority in the united states senate i think changes the dynamic in this town. it enables us to get work done. i believe it will get the president to come to the table and work with us on some of these pro-growth policies we talked about that are desperately needed. it creates momentum for 2016 for republicans. >> is it wide open, is that different than it was before? chri
acting in a way, very, very rapidly. it reminds me, remember, when bill clinton said wait a minute, i have to wonder what a bunch of bond guys think about my health care plan? maybe one of those similar moments. we have to wait and see. joe in. >> all right, michelle. it affects his people, not him as much. he'll still be worth $100 billion. that's a very good question to bring up. we'll get back out now to becky. we can continue to talk to warren about ukraine or -- what was last night? i didn't see anything. did you get to watch? how did tina fey and oamy poehlr do? >> it was ellen last night. i didn't watch either but i think it was ellen. >> oh, okay. tina fey and amy poehler were not that -- it was ellen? i love ellen. i didn't know that. i was at a hockey -- >> it was a late night. i was busy getting ready for this. >> ellen degeneres? i feel silly. i feel -- wow. that's embarrassing. >> i'm really glad i read the story this morning so i knew that you were pulling my leg on this, because it may have gone over my head pretty easily. oh, yeah, they were fantastic. i thought they w
to school together. he was democrat of operative with clinton. so this guy to move up is to say, wait a second, i'm sure say some say is it business as usual? a guy who devised how people think about microsoft moves higher, not lower? to me sounds like maybe the change to misquote sam koch is not going to to come. >> nicely done. tesla today? >> jpmorgan we see this over and over again, the stock is overrun, using a metaphor there, jpmorgan raises price market. using 20/20 volume numbers, 20/20 foresight. instead of making 228,000, they'll make 288,000. i point out the ease which they raised $2 billion. >> one of the largest raises in quite some time. >> amazing. >> it is amazing. 1.25% on 7-year, not like they're pay you a lot of money, and up 40% on the conversion. >> this is -- i found this flabbergasting. i've got to tell you, i didn't give every single award on my friday show "mad money" to elon mu musk. i thought warren buffett would say, who's the next billionaire, i thought he might say musk. >> tesla's not done. >> one thing, target, it's not 320. >> yeah. so many bears doing
from moscow. >>> you saw maureen dowd over the weekend, bush versus clinton, saying that that's going to happen. years from now, it could still be another bush. george p. bush won in texas. >> he did. >> good for texas. he's a guest host that comes on. we need him to come now. he won. >>> coming up, more from honeywe honeywell, chairman and ceo dave cody, who looks really happy, right? >> i generally am. >> today is a good day. >> right. >> and later, a rare interview with glenn dubin. he'll talk markets, the economy and how he's helping the fight, fund the fight against breast cancer. first, find out why facebook is bankrolling a full-time beat cop. that story next. ♪ geico motorcycle. see how much you could save. [ girl ] my mom, she makes underwater fans that are powered by the moon. ♪ she can print amazing things, right from her computer. [ whirring ] [ train whistle blows ] she makes trains that are friends with trees. ♪ my mom works at ge. ♪ became big business overnight? ♪ like, really big... then expanded? ♪ or their new product tanked? ♪ or not? what if they emb
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